Garden World Nigeria

Category: Environmental

Health Benefits of Trees

We take our most loyal friends for granted, the same applies to the human relationship with trees.People clear millions of forested acres every year, often for short-term rewards despite long-term risks like desertification, wildlife declines and climate change. Science is helping us learn to use trees’ resources more sustainably, and[…]

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Climate Abuse and State of Planetary Emergency

“No amount of economic cost-benefit analysis is going to help us. We need to change our approach to the climate problem.” In an article in the journal Nature, scientists call for urgent action to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. It states that more than half of the climate tipping points identified a[…]

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Climatic Change Effects & Green Initiatives in Nigeria

Regional Research data collated from individual and collective researchers shows that Nigeria like most parts of the world is experiencing high vulnerability to climate change and the country has suffered following: Overall decreased levels of rainfall Increased temperatures most especially in the semi-arid regions of Sokoto, Katsina, Kano, Nguru, and[…]

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The Garden of Eden Comes to Life

I watched the documentary on this topic last year and was totally mesmerised by its findings – bringing to life The Garden of Eden as I had read about it in the bible. It existed, not just a figment of my biblical imagination but a real life place at Gobekli Tepe, once a Mecca to Gods creations. At Garden World we believe that the archaeological findings about the very first ‘garden’ needs to be told. The lessons from Eden are very relevant to the environmental problems we face today.

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